Gate-boy by Nixon

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Image Description

Location Isle of Wight
Town Isle of Wight
Technique/ material ink wash
Original size (mm) 145 x 115
Artist/maker John Nixon (1755-1818)
Date 1790 to 1810
Description An ink and wash drawing by John Nixon (1755-1818) featuring the boy who opened gates sitting on the seat at the back of Mr. Spencer's chaise. Nixon exhibited 39 paintings between 1781 and 1815 as an honorary exhibitor at the Royal Academy.
Ref number NETCC:P.1986.1212
Credit © Carisbrooke Castle Museum